Biogeochemical survey, orientation phase, part of NTS 73P, 74A, Star Lake area, Saskatchewan, 1985.
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In 1985, a vegetation survey was carried out in the Star Lake area, Saskatchewan, located about 115 km northeast of La Ronge. This orientation survey was undertaken prior to any mine development and therefore prior to any possible contamination of the forest by mine workings. Twigs and leaves of Labrador tea, river alder and dwarf birch were collected as well as black spruce bark and twigs. An interpretation of these data is published in Modern Exploration Techniques, Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication No. 10.
|1||Dunn, C.E., George, H., Spirito, W.A. (1990). Patterns of metal enrichment in vegetation in relation to geology and gold mineralization: Star Lake area, Saskatchewan. In Modern Exploration Techniques, L.S. Beck and C.T. Harper (ed.). Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication Number 10, p. 12-26. (more)|
|1||1985-1990||Star Lake area, Saskatchewan, vegetation surveys, 1985, 1986 and 1988 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers the northeast-most corner of NTS 73P (Lac La Ronge) and the southeast-most corner of 74A (Foster Lake) in the La Ronge gold belt in central Saskatchewan. It is bounded to the southeast by McLennan Lake and Highway 102 runs southwest-northeast through the study area.
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